If you feel the pangs of hunger while in the city but do not want to go to a restaurant for a big sit down meal and just want something made quick which you can have in a jiffy, chances are that you will go to one of the mobile chaat shops. And my favourite dish that they serve is the bhel puri. Bhelpuri is best consumed as soon as it is made. If left for a while, the juices from the tomatoes, chutneys, etc. combine to render the sev and puffed rice soggy.
What goes into a bhel puri and how do you make it?
1 cup Puffed Rice (Kurmura)
1/2 cup chopped Tomato (Tamatar)
1/2 cup chopped Onion (Pyaj)
1/4 cup chopped Coriander Leaves (Dhania Patta)
1/2 cup boiled and mashed Potato (Aloo)
4 chopped Green Chilli (Hari mirch)
1 tblsp chopped cheap secured loans Ginger(Adrak)
1 tblsp Garam Masala
6 tblsp erase debt Tamarind (Imli) Chutney
6 tblsp Coriander Leaves (Dhania Patta) And Mint Chutney
1/2 cup Nimkis
1/2 cup Sev
1/2 bill consolidation loans bad credit cup Gol gappas
2 tblsp Lime or Lemon (Nimbu) Juice
How to make:
- Mix the puffed rice, tomatoes, onions.
- Drain the water from the grated potatoes and mix that as well.
- Mix all the ingredients under unsecured payday loans seasoning and add to this.
- Lightly crush and add the nimkis and golgappas.
- Add the sev and kaara pusa directly and mix well.
- Finally garnish with government loans for bad credit coriander leaves and lemon juice.
- Serve immediately..
Here down south they skip the potatoes altogether (thankfully) and keep it simple. However it is tasty and a favourite of mine.